Is there a way to skip tests even having "FEATURES=test" in make.conf?
El mar, 31-08-2010 a las 08:03 -0700, Zac Medico escribió:
> On 08/31/2010 05:14 AM, Pacho Ramos wrote:
> > Hello
> > Let me explain my problem:
> > I have just returned to my home and, then, I have a lot of packages to
> > update when running "emerge -avuDN world". The problem is that I have
> > FEATURES=test enabled in my make.conf and, since some of them take years
> > to run, I would like to temporally make portage skip them.
> > I have tried to simply disable that FEATURE temporally, but it causes
> > packages to change their USEs to "-test" having me to recompile them
> > later again.
> In order to avoid that, a usually suggest to enable USE=test in
> make.conf so that it's enabled regardless of the FEATURES=test state.
Silly me! It was so simple... :-O, thanks a lot!
> BTW, in the latest 2.2_rc releases there's support for
> /etc/portage/package.env which can be used to enable or disable
> FEATURES=test for specific packages. The package.env support will
> also be included in portage-2.1.9 which I plan to release sometime
> this week.
Nice! Thanks a lot for your work (and for the work of other portage team
members of course)